G. Kiallmark

Timeline of works

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    Araby's Daughter, from Lalla Rookh.
    Place & Publisher Anthony, Fleetwood, No. 47 Murry Street New York
    Subjects:Death, Symbols, Grief
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    Araby's Daughter. From "Lalla Rookh."
    Place & Publisher J. Cole, No. 123 Market Street Baltimore
    Subjects:Supernatural beings, Courtship & love, Oceans
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    Brightest and Best of the Sons of the Morning.
    Place & Publisher A.I. Dickinson, 223 Arch St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Biblical references, Nativity
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    Araby's Daughter. From "Lalla Rookh."
    Place & Publisher J. Cole, No. 123 Market Street Baltimore
    Subjects:Supernatural beings, Courtship & love, Oceans
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    Araby's Daughter. From "Lalla Rookh."
    Place & Publisher J. Cole, No. 123 Market Street Baltimore
    Subjects:Supernatural beings, Courtship & love, Oceans
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    Maid of Athens. A Favorite Song.
    Place & Publisher Dubois & Stodart, No.167 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Poets, Courtship & love, Good-byes
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    Maid of Athens. A Favorite Song.
    Place & Publisher n.p.
    Subjects:Poets, Courtship & love, Good-byes
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    Maid of Athens. A Favorite Song.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig, No.71 Market St. Baltimore
    Subjects:Poets, Courtship & love, Good-byes
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    It Wsa a Wild & Wayward Boy, from Rokeby.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig's Musical Magazine Philadelphia
    Subjects:Poets, Time, War, Wealth, Wisdom, Courtship & love, Musicians
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    My Harp Alone! From Rokeby.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake, No.13 South 5th Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Poets, Fathers & children, Courtship & love, Time, War
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    Fly to the Desert from "Lalla Rookh."
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake Philadelphia
    Subjects:Love, Antelope, Travel
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    Hinda's Appeal to Her Lover, From Moore's Celebrated Poem of "Lalla Rookh."
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake, No. 13 South Fifth Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Prayer, Love, Ships, Travel
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    The Popular Air, O, it Was Not For Me That I Heard the Bells Ringing.
    Place & Publisher J.G. Klemm, No. 3 South Third Street Philadelphia
    Subjects: